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Secrets of Japan: reveals the real secrets of Japan's phenomenal rise to power. A book entirely free from political prejudices or controversies. 1 edition

Secrets of Japan
Chaman Lal

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Secrets of Japan
reveals the real secrets of Japan's phenomenal rise to power. A book entirely free from political prejudices or controversies.
[By] Chaman Lal; with a foreword by Mr. S. Takaishi.

Published 1935 by Kenkyusha Printing Co. in Tokyo, Japan .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

Each part preceded by half-title not included in paging (2 l.)
"Mr. Lal has studied Japan with a view to the emulation of its genius by his own fellow-countrymen."--p. iv.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
915.2
Library of Congress
DS821 .C429 1935

The Physical Object

Pagination
3 p. l., [iii]-x p., 1 l., ii, 228 p., 1 l.
Number of pages
228

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL6335069M
LC Control Number
36007521
OCLC/WorldCat
2469052

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